Documents & Postal History
Rare Confederate Pass: “Headquarters Va. Militia Winchester, Va. Oct. 19, 1861”
Early Confederate War Department “Regulations Concerning Substitutes in the Army” – Richmond October 20th, 1861 – SIGNED IN TYPE BY JUDAH P. BENJAMIN, Acting Sec. of War
Inexpensive Example of the Printed Telegraph Form Used by the Army of the Potomac: The American Telegraph Company, North, South, East and West
Out of a Soldier’s Scrapbook, a Curious Front of a CS Patriotic Envelope – Addressed “Genl. R. E. Lee, Richmond, Va.”
2 Historic Documents from the City of New York – The “Tweed Ring of Corruption” – Documents Signed by 3 of the 4 Members of the Ring!
One of Our Favorite Confederate Postal Covers – Surgeon Casper C. Henkel, 37th Virginia Infantry
Stonewall Jackson’s Confederate Chaplain Abner C. Hopkins – 1862 Turned Postal Cover Addressed to Him – GREAT MILITARY ADDRESS + On the Reverse a Petersburg Merchants Imprint!
The Finest Autograph of Col. Hiram Berdan of the 1st U.S.S.S. – A Bold Frank on a Civil War Envelope
Signed P.O.W. Cover from Rawley White Martin, Lt. Col. 53rd Virginia Volunteers – The Fighting Physician & The First Man Over the Stonewall at Gettysburg, Wounded & Captured
Song Sheet – “Sherman’s Campaign, ’64-65. Words by G. P. Hardwick” – Multi Color with 6 Different Corps Badges at the Top
“Headquarters U.S. Forces, Johnson’s Island and Sandusky” – Document Furnishing Transportation Home
One of Our Finest Pieces of Confederate Postal History – POW Cover from Lieut. James B. Miller Co. A 18th Virginia Regiment – Shot 3 Times in Pickett’s Charge & Dies from his Wounds in Prison